Privacy regulators in Switzerland are asking for modifications to their area, on the the popular new Google map add-on, Streetview. The Swiss have been known to be more sensitive about thier privacy than other countries, and have set some of the highest standards in the world.
Street View allows users to see the landscape around a point on a map at ground level. Users around the world have been skeptical about this new service from Google, citing reasons like; peering into living areas and showing the location of someone who may wish to remain anonymous.
The system is not real time, but will show you what was happening at a specific location, on the day the Google street view captured the images. A disguise may be in order the next time you fib about your plans, on the off chance Google is in the neighborhood.
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Original article by: www.worldmarketmedia.com.